Most Old Sloop performances will return to Fellowship Hall for the 2022-2023 season. Most performances will include an intermission, and homemade desserts and coffee, tea, and other drinks will again be available. COVID-19 remains a concern, and capacity will be limited to 100 to allow space for attendees to distance. Masks are optional but recommended. Ticket purchasers who suspect they may have contracted COVID-19 should not attend, and Old Sloop Presents will refund purchases. Click here to see of all of our COVID-19 protocols.

Upcoming Performances

Cassie and Maggie

Fri. Dec. 16: Christmas with Cassie & Maggie

Internationally acclaimed, award winning Nova Scotian musical sister duo Cassie and Maggie are no strangers to holiday magic. Part of a multi generational musical dynasty; Christmas was always a time to gather near and sing boisterously, as in days of old. The doors were always open to company and the New Year just around the corner.

Heather Pierson Trio

Sat. Jan. 7: The Heather Pierson Trio

Heather Pierson is a pianist, singer/songwriter, songleader, and performer whose inspiring live performances and growing catalog of releases delve into Americana, blues, New Orleans jazz, vocal chants, instrumental piano, and folk.

Lisa Bastoni, Sean Staples and Cloudbelly

Sat. Jan. 28: Lisa Bastoni & Sean Staples and Cloudbelly

This co-bill features two outstanding duos. Singer/songwriter Lisa Bastoni will be joined by songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Sean Staples. Cloudbelly is the moniker of singer-songwriter Corey Laitman and their collaborator, Sam Perry.

Marina and Berna

Sat. Feb. 18: Marina and Berna — Crowes Pasture opens

Marina Evans and Bernardo Baglioni are an international folk/americana duo who divide their time between Marina’s native New England and Bernardo’s native Italy.

Kemp Harris

Sat. Apr. 1: The Kemp Harris Group

Kemp Harris defies categorization. He is a singer and songwriter, a master weaver of American musical styles. He’s an actor, activist, author, and storyteller, and an award-winning educator who has taught young public school students for more than 40 years.

House of Hamill

Sat. Apr. 29: House of Hamill

Whether they’re ripping through a set of original jigs and reels, adding lush three-part harmonies into traditional folk ballads, or cracking up an audience with stories from the road, House of Hamill puts on a show that captivates audiences from the very first note.

James Keelaghan

Sat. May 13: James Keelaghan — Reese Fulmer opens

Throughout a career that now spans almost four decades, Juno and Canadian Folk Music Award winner James Keelaghan has created a repertoire of incalculable importance.